amazing bronze statue
Many cities that we visit, we like by definition. Their accumulated “reputation” among tourists simply leaves us no choice: how can you say that you didn’t like Rome, or Barcelona, or Paris, if everyone else was delighted with them? And although, of course, there are exceptions (as I have with Paris), basically everything is happening this way. Continue reading
Granada reminds Seville, which is not surprising: the same Andalusia with a corrida, flamenco, wine and other southern mischief.
The ancient youth of Granada reminds Salamanca: one fifth of the city’s population, exceeded 2,000 years, are university students. Formed in the 16th century, today it is considered one of the most prestigious in Spain, and indeed in Europe. Continue reading
After Spain, God himself ordered to tell about Italy: a consonant name, a close neighborhood, a similar climate, conditions for recreation (3 seas!) And a temperament of the population. Both countries are an ancient but youngly attractive Europe. Continue reading